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Tis the season to be jolly with Beat Blood Cancer Shop

It was a very exciting day indeed on Tuesday, as myself and Kate made our way east across town to Holborn. Having only recently acquired an Oyster card, travelling ‘pon the tube was already a moving experience in itself, but it was our lovely new clients Beat Blood Cancer Shop of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research who […]

Get it on down at Gong

Yesterday I went down to Fulham road to visit one of our clients, Gong. Their fabulous showroom (which is not far from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital) is the epitome of modern chic.

Today this could be…the greatest day of our lives!

Our lovely intern Claire will be graduating next week so to start the celebrations early, I have picked out a few products that would make great graduation gifts from our clients. Whether you are looking for a photo frame to capture that special hat throwing moment or some gorgeous champagne flutes to toast the new […]

Flying high on a sugar rush!

Here at Zero2one, we love a mystery package turning up on our doorstep, so imagine our surprise when our lovely client, GettingPersonal.co.uk sent us a massive bundle of goodies! Inside said mystery box, we uncovered personalised mugs, notebooks, desktop calendars and a hamper full of our favourite childhood sweets.

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